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Statement on the announcement by Tata of 1000 job losses in the UK

Tonight Tata announced that 1000 of the proposed 3000 job losses across Europe will be in the UK. Once again they have given no detail as to where those job losses would be, how many would be blue collar workers or how many would be white collar workers. This approach to industrial relations is appalling

David Rees calls for brain injury recovery to be prioritised in Wales

David Rees, AM for Aberavon, joined Emilia Clarke’s charity SameYou for their launch in Wales earlier this month, backing the call for neurorehabilitation support to be propelled to the forefront of the health agenda in Wales. On Tuesday, 5th November at the Senedd, policy makers and practitioners learned of the alarming number of brain injuries

Assembly Member joins leading Charity to keep constituents safe

SPARKING SAFETY – ELECTRICAL SAFETY WEEK WALES Assembly Member joins leading Charity to keep constituents safe In Wales, there were nearly 1,900 fires caused by electricity in Welsh homes over the last 5 years.[i] David Rees, Assembly Member for Aberavon, visited the recent drop-in session hosted by leading consumer safety charity, Electrical Safety First. “It’s


Local Labour Assembly Members, David Rees (Aberavon) and Jeremy Miles (Neath) are pleased that the Welsh Labour Government is commissioning a review into the Learner Travel Measure. At the end of the last academic year Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council issued a consultation in regard to post 16 travel to Welsh Medium schools, and